IDB Invest seeks to support Caja Municipal de Ahorro y Credito Cusco S.A ("Caja Cusco") with a subordinate loan worth the equivalent of US$25 million in Peruvian soles ("PEN"), with a 10-year tenor and five years of grace, and unsecured, under Peruvian regulations applicable to subordinated debt (the "Project"). The Project is aimed at contributing to strengthen the Institution's capital to assist financially micro and small companies affected by COVID-19. Additionally, the Project will seek to enhance the agricultural portfolio growth to finance ethnic minorities in order to improve their access to this type of financial services and to make this product accessible in other regions of Peru.
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